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From 1914 through early 1942, the Gregg Publishing Company used a printers code on the verso (reverse side) of a Gregg book title page. In a few instances, the printers code appeared at the end of a Gregg book. If you know how to read the printers code, in most cases, you will be able to determine the month and year of the press run for your copy of a Gregg book. This document explains in detail how to read those printers codes.
Topics: Shorthand -- Gregg, Shorthand -- Texts, Gregg Shorthand, Printed in Gregg Shorthand
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Folkscanomy: A Library of Books
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This is a new color scan of the 1931 slightly revised paperback version of "Alice in Wonderland" in Gregg Shorthand. There is only one other edition of "Alice in Wonderland" in Gregg Shorthand first published in April 1919. The 1919 "Alice in Wonderland" Gregg Shorthand edition with Shorthand Plates by Georgie Gregg conformed to the 1916 Pre-Anniversary Gregg Shorthand Manual. The 1919 edition is a hardback book with "D83" appearing as the printer's code...
Topics: Shorthand -- Gregg, Shorthand -- Texts, Gregg Shorthand, Printed in Gregg Shorthand, Alice in...
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Oct 30, 2011 Guy de Maupassant
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This is the 4th edition of "The Diamond Necklace" in Gregg Shorthand. The Shorthand plates by Winifred Kenna Richmond match the 1929 Anniversary Gregg Shorthand Manual. This edition was first published in 1933. There are 4 different Gregg Shorthand versions of "The Diamond Necklace": --Pre-Anniversary 1902 - Serialized in Aug-Sept 1914 Gregg Writer - Never Published --Pre-Anniversary 1916 - Serialized in June-Sept 1921 Gregg Writer - Published in 1923 - Plates by Georgie...
Topics: Shorthand -- Gregg, Shorthand -- Texts, Gregg Shorthand, Printed in Gregg Shorthand, Diamond...
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Oct 30, 2011 Guy de Maupassant
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This is the 3rd edition of "The Diamond Necklace" in Gregg Shorthand. The plates match the 1929 Anniversary Gregg Shorthand Manual. This edition was only slightly modified from the 1923 2nd edition that matched the 1916 Gregg Shorthand Manual. A few modifications were made on each page. The line and page endings are the same as the 1923 publication. This edition is rare, as it was replaced by a fully revised edition in 1933 with plates by Winifred Kenna Richmond. There are 4 different...
Topics: Shorthand -- Gregg, Shorthand -- Texts, Gregg Shorthand, Printed in Gregg Shorthand, Diamond...
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Oct 30, 2011 Nathaniel Hawthorne
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The is the 3rd version of The Great Stone Face in Gregg Shorthand. It matches the 1929 Gregg Shorthand Anniversary Manual. The shorthand plates were by Winifred Kenna Richmond. This book was first published in 1931. This copy is from the May 1931 press run, based on the E78 printers code. Here are the other versions of The Great Stone Face in Gregg Shorthand: --1st Version - Published January 1912 - Matches the 1902 Gregg Shorthand Manual. Prior to publication, this version was serialized in...
Topics: Shorthand -- Gregg, Shorthand -- Texts, Gregg Shorthand, The Great Stone Face, Printed in Gregg...
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Oct 30, 2011 Guy de Maupassant
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This is the 2nd edition of "The Diamond Necklace" in Gregg Shorthand. It was published in 1923 and matches the 1916 Gregg Shorthand Manual. The Shorthand Plates were by Georgie Gregg Gingell. This version was serialized in the Gregg Writer Magazine June-Sept 1921. There are 4 different Gregg Shorthand versions of "The Diamond Necklace": --Pre-Anniversary 1902 - Serialized in Aug-Sept 1914 Gregg Writer - Never Published --Pre-Anniversary 1916 - Serialized in June-Sept 1921...
Topics: Shorthand -- Gregg, Shorthand -- Texts, Gregg Shorthand, Printed in Gregg Shorthand, Diamond...
Community Texts
Oct 30, 2011 Charles Dickens
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Here is the second Gregg Shorthand version of A Christmas Carol. It was published in 1931. It matches the 1929 Gregg Shorthand Anniversary Manual. This version is heavily abridged, including shorthand for approximately 40% of the English novel. The first Gregg Shorthand version of A Christmas Carol was published in 1918. It matches the 1916 Gregg Shorthand Manual with plates by Winifred Kenna. The same shorthand plates were used in "Short Classics in Shorthand" (1927), which featured...
Topics: Shorthand -- Gregg, Shorthand -- Texts, Gregg Shorthand, A Christmas Carol, Printed in Gregg...
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Oct 30, 2011 John Robert Gregg
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Here is the 1916 Gregg Shorthand Manual. It is the 5th Version of the manual. Here are the versions for Pre-Anniversary and Anniversary Gregg Shorthand: --1888 1st Version - Liverpool limited press of 500 --1893 2nd Version - First US version --1898 3rd Version - Title was "Gregg's Shorthand" --1902 4th Version --1916 5th Version - Often Referred to as "Pre-Anniversary" --1929 6th Version - Anniversary Edition.
Topics: Shorthand -- Gregg, Shorthand -- Texts, Gregg Shorthand, Printed in Gregg Shorthand, Gregg...
Folkscanomy: A Library of Books
Oct 16, 2011 Lewis Carroll
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This is the 1931 slightly revised paperback version of "Alice in Wonderland" in Gregg Shorthand. There is only one other edition of "Alice in Wonderland" in Gregg Shorthand first published in April 1919. The 1919 "Alice in Wonderland" Gregg Shorthand edition with Shorthand Plates by Georgie Gregg conformed to the 1916 Pre-Anniversary Gregg Shorthand Manual. The 1919 edition is a hardback book with "D83" appearing as the printer's code on the reverse side...
Topics: Shorthand -- Gregg, Shorthand -- Texts, Gregg Shorthand, Printed in Gregg Shorthand, Alice in...
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Aug 15, 2011 S. Gertrude Harvey and E. D. Girrioer
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The Raleigh Rainbows was published in February 1928. A careful search through the copyright database revealed that the copyright was NOT renewed during the 28th year after publication. Books published in the U.S. from 1923 through 1963 required a copyright renewal during the 28th year after publication to avoid falling into the public domain on January 1st of the 29th year. This book entered the public domain on January 1, 1957. The Raleigh Rainbows, written in Gregg Shorthand, is a rare book....
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This is the first Gregg Shorthand version of The Diamond Necklace, serialized in the Gregg Writer magazine in 1914. This version was never published. The shorthand matches the the 1902 Gregg Shorthand Manual. The installments were in the following issues: --August 1914 --September 1914 There are 4 different Gregg Shorthand versions of "The Diamond Necklace": --Pre-Anniversary 1902 - Serialized in Aug/Sept 1914 Gregg Writer - Never Published --Pre-Anniversary 1916 - Serialized in...
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Aug 14, 2011 Guy de Maupassant
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The is the English text version of the 1914 Pre-Anniversary (1902 Gregg Manual) Serialization of "The Diamond Necklace." This key is from the September and October 1914 Gregg Writer. As the original language for "The Diamond Necklace" was French, there are dozens of English translations that vary greatly. This translation is from "The Riverside Literature Series." It long out of print and not easy to find. This key is significant because it is the same text used...
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May 21, 2011 Charles and Mary Lamb
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This is the second Gregg Shorthand version of Hamlet written in Gregg Shorthand. This version was published in December 1931 to match the 1929 Anniversary Gregg Manual. The shorthand plates are by Winifred Kenna Richmond. This 1931 book entered the public domain as soon as it was first published. There is no copyright notice in the book. Any book first published in the US before January 1, 1978, without a proper copyright notice immediately went into the public domain at the time of...
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The ARCHIVE.ORG Manual Library
Jan 16, 2011 Edgar Allen Poe
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Edgar Allen Poe's "Masque of the Red Death" was serialized in 6 parts in the April and May 1922 issues of the Gregg Writer magazine. These shorthand plates were not published in a separate Gregg publication. The shorthand matches the 1916 Gregg Shorthand Manual.
Topics: Shorthand -- Gregg, Shorthand -- Texts, Gregg Shorthand, Printed in Gregg Shorthand, Masque of Red...
Folkscanomy: A Library of Books
Jan 4, 2011 John Robert Gregg
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This is a scan of a facsimile of the second version of the Gregg Shorthand Manual published by John Gregg in Boston on October 16, 1893. There was a limited press of 500 copies of the original 1893 publication. Although this is the second version of the Gregg Shorthand manual, it is the first version published in the United States. The first version of the Gregg Shorthand manual was the 1888 version, which was published in Liverpool.
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Folkscanomy: A Library of Books
Jan 1, 2011 International Harvester Company
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Creeds of Great Business Men was originally published in English in 1913 by the International Harvester Company. Two versions were later published in Gregg Shorthand. The first Gregg Shorthand version of Creeds of Great Business Men was published in 1918 and matches the 1916 Pre-Anniversary Gregg Shorthand Manual. The second version (circa 1931) with shorthand plates by Winifred Kenna Richmond matches the 1929 Anniversary Gregg Shorthand Manual. The Gregg Publishing Company also published an...
Topics: U.S. Business Men, International Harvester Co, Shorthand -- Gregg, Shorthand -- Texts, Gregg...
Folkscanomy: A Library of Books
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The Art of Making a Speech (circa 1920) includes five short articles on public speaking. The Gregg Shorthand plates match the 1916 Pre-Anniversary Gregg Shorthand manual.
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These are business lists for Libau (now Liepaja), Latvia, for 1901, 1908, 1909, and 1911. The text is in Russian. The list is in alphabetical order by Business name. The columns are Number, Firm Name, Firm Owners, Address.
Topics: Genealogy, Property Lists, Libau, Liepaja, Firm and Trade Lists
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This is a property list from the 1916 Calender for Libau (now Liepaja), Latvia. It was published in 1915 to be used for 1916. The text is in German. There is one section for Old Libau and one for New Libau. The list is arranged by street. Under each street name is a list of addresses and property owners. Note: The property owners were not necessarily the residents.
Topics: Genealogy, Property Lists, Libau, Liepaja, Calendars
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Dec 30, 2010 International Harvester Company
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This is the first Gregg Shorthand version of Creeds of Great Business Men. This version was published in 1918 and matches the 1916 Pre-Anniversary Gregg Shorthand Manual. A second version (circa 1931) with shorthand plates by Winifred Kenna Richmond matches the 1929 Anniversary Gregg Shorthand Manual. The Gregg Publishing Company also published an English text version of this book. Creeds of Great Business Men was originally published in 1913 by the International Harvester Company.
Topics: Shorthand -- Gregg, Shorthand -- Texts, Gregg Shorthand, Printed in Gregg Shorthand
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Dec 29, 2010 John Robert Gregg
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The Gregg Shorthand Reader was published in 1912 as a Gregg Supplementary Reading Book. These stories are reprints from issues of the Gregg Writer magazine. This book matches the 1902 Gregg Shorthand Manual.
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Dec 29, 2010 John Robert Gregg
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Gregg's Shorthand Reading Book was published in 1900. It matches the 1898 Gregg Shorthand Manual. The book consists of short readings in Gregg Shorthand. Each reading is following by the English text.
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The ARCHIVE.ORG Manual Library
Dec 29, 2010 John Robert Gregg
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Here is the 1902 Gregg Shorthand Manual. It is the 4th Version of the manual. The printing was from 1908. Here are the versions for Pre-Anniversary and Anniversary Gregg Shorthand: 1888 1st Version - Liverpool limited press of 500 1893 2nd Version - First US version 1898 3rd Version - Title was "Gregg's Shorthand" 1902 4th Version 1916 5th Version - Often Referred to as "Pre-Anniversary" 1929 6th Version - Anniversary Edition.
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This is the second Gregg Shorthand version of The Diamond Necklace, serialized in the Gregg Writer magazine in 1921. It matches the 1916 Pre-Anniversary Gregg Shorthand Manual. The installments were in the following issues: --June 1921 --July 1921 --August 1921 --September 1921 Georgie Gregg Gingell created the shorthand plates. The 1923 book version used the identical shorthand plates found in these four 1921 installments. There are 4 different Gregg Shorthand versions of "The Diamond...
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The ARCHIVE.ORG Manual Library
Dec 29, 2010 John Robert Gregg
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Here is the 1898 Gregg's Shorthand Manual. This is the 3rd version of the Gregg Shorthand Manual. Here are the versions for Pre-Anniversary and Anniversary Gregg Shorthand: 1888 1st Version - Liverpool limited press of 500. Reproduction. 1893 2nd Version - First US version 1898 3rd Version - Title was "Gregg's Shorthand" 1902 4th Version 1916 5th Version - Often Referred to as "Pre-Anniversary" 1929 6th Version - Anniversary Edition.
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Dec 29, 2010 John Robert Gregg
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This is a scan of a facsimile of the first Gregg Shorthand Manual published by John Gregg in Liverpool in 1888. There was a limited press of 500 copies. Only 7 original copies are known to exist. In 1913, John Gregg created facsimile copies of the original 1888 manual for his friends and colleagues.
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Folkscanomy: A Library of Books
Dec 29, 2010 Edward Everett Hale
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Here is the first Gregg Shorthand edition of The Man Without a Country. It was published in 1922 with Plates by Harriet M. Johnson. It matches the 1916 Gregg Shorthand Manual. This version was later included in "Short Classics in Shorthand" (1927). Gregg later published an Anniversary edition (circa 1931) with plates by Winifred Kenna Richmond. That version also appeared in a box set "American Readings in Gregg Shorthand" (Circa 1933).
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Dec 29, 2010 Charles Dickens
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Here is the first Gregg Shorthand version of A Christmas Carol. It was published in 1918. It matches the 1916 Gregg Shorthand Manual. The same plates by Winifred Kenna were used in "Short Classics in Shorthand" (1927), which featured five short novels. This version is heavily abridged, including shorthand for approximately 20% of the English novel.
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Dec 29, 2010 Washington Irving
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This is the first Gregg Shorthand version of Legend of Sleepy Hollow. It was published in 1912 and matches the 1902 Pre-Anniversary Gregg Shorthand manual. Gregg published two other versions of Legend of Sleepy Hollow with different Shorthand plates. The second version (circa 1924) matches the 1916 Gregg Shorthand manual with plates by Harriet M. Johnson. The third version (circa 1931) matches the 1929 Anniversary Gregg Shorthand Manual with plates by Winifred Kenna Richmond.
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Folkscanomy History: Books of a Historical Nature
Dec 28, 2010 Arthur Conan Doyle
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This is the only version of The Sign of the Four written in Gregg Shorthand. This book was first published between July 1915 and July 1916 (Publishers' Weekly American Educational Catalog of 1916). The shorthand plates written by Alice Rinne Hagar match the 1902 Pre-Anniversary Gregg Shorthand Manual.
Topics: Shorthand -- Gregg, Shorthand -- Texts, Gregg Shorthand, Printed in Gregg Shorthand, The Sign of...
This is the first Gregg Shorthand version of Hamlet. This version was first published between July 1915 and July 1916 (Publishers' Weekly American Educational Catalog). This printing is from 1919-1920, based on the Gregg Offices listed on the title page. The shorthand plates match the 1902 Pre-Anniversary Gregg Shorthand Manual. The English text version of this book is found in the chapter "Hamlet: Prince of Denmark" from "Tales of Shakespeare" by Charles and Mary Lamb....
Topics: Shorthand -- Gregg, Shorthand -- Texts, Gregg Shorthand, Hamlet, Printed in Gregg Shorthand